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"French version here:  p. 39."
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Celebrating the Local Response as an Important Resource for the Community

Celebrating the Local Response as an Important Resource for the Community– a SALT approach for the transfer of local responseBeyond Social Services, SingaporeDecember 2016Our ReflectionEverything has a life span. All groups and their endeavours who wish to remain relevant would do well to picture themselves within a life cycle from inception to closing. Stages in between would be development, maturity and redefining relevance.  We felt that the local response in the 5 different neighbourhoods…See More
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Appreciating the Nature of Community

Our Reflection for 2015Communities are messy. They have to be otherwise they would be organisations. An organisation is a member of a community; either defined by place, association or other kinds of identity.  Yet many organisations are established to organise a community; to serve it or to change it in some way.  Hence, a part sets the agenda for the larger whole. In a community there are usually several such organisations; formal and informal with an agenda. We are such an organisation and…See More
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Gerard Ee Huck Lian
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Beyond Social Services
About Me:
Just grateful that I have work that gives me a sense of purpose and people that appreciate ny belief in the abilities of people, families and communities.
My dream:
A large movement of volunteers who apprecaite and activate those in disadvantaged communities to help themsleves.
I'm proud of:
Hiow the organisation I serve has always stayed focused on disadvantaged communities despite the many challenges and pressures faced.
What do I want to do to spread Community Life Competence?
Facilitate Community Life Competence in my community, Share about Community Life Competence with potential partners; friends; colleagues
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Celebrating the Local Response as an Important Resource for the Community

Posted on February 23, 2017 at 7:22am 2 Comments

Celebrating the Local Response as an Important Resource for the Community

– a SALT approach for the transfer of local response

Beyond Social Services, Singapore

December 2016

Our Reflection

Everything has a life span. All groups and their endeavours who wish to remain relevant would do well to picture themselves within a life cycle from inception to closing. Stages in between would be development, maturity and redefining relevance.  We…

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Appreciating the Nature of Community

Posted on February 27, 2016 at 12:48pm 0 Comments

Our Reflection for 2015

Communities are messy. They have to be otherwise they would be organisations. An organisation is a member of a community; either defined by place, association or other kinds of identity.  Yet many organisations are established to organise a community; to serve it or to change it in some way.  Hence, a part sets the agenda for the larger whole. In a community there are usually several such…

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Creating a restorative clmate -Part 5

Posted on July 23, 2015 at 4:47pm 0 Comments

Conclusion

The staycation has since become an important milestone/reference point for this neighbourhood who now has a group of residents who regard themselves as the Caring Community who looks after the children in their neighbourhood. The Caring Community tell us that their neighbourhood has changed as the children have responded their guidance. They observed that the children greet the adults and…

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Creation a restorative climate - Part 4

Posted on July 23, 2015 at 4:46pm 0 Comments

  1. Describe a desired outcome from your intervention and how you would go about trying to reach it.

Our desired outcome is a restorative climate in the neighbourhood and we adopt the following position overview: 

To nurture neighbourhoods that adopt a restorative problem-solving approach toward young offenders and families with multiple…

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At 2:02pm on December 9, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

I eagerly look forward to your blog, Gerard. I also found the name of your org very strking.

At 4:38pm on December 8, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

I like your dream very much! Warm greetings from Delhi.

At 9:35pm on December 2, 2011, Marlou said…

Welcome Gerard,

Through Gloria (whom I met in Chiang Mai) and through Jean-Louis' messages from Singapore I know about the great work of Beyond. I am pleased to be connected!

Marlou

At 10:57am on December 2, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Gerard,

 

Welcome to Community Life Competence!

Could you add your picture as it adds a human touch to your profile? (go to 'settings' then 'upload photo')

 

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